Complete the Learning Agreement form and enter the courses you will take during your ERASMUS semester abroad. Please note that as an ERASMUS student, you should occupy 30 ECTS per semester. The apprenticeship agreement must be appointed coordinator of the department of the university of origin (ERAMUS coordinator of the BIWI faculty, Melanie Leung) and by her partner university. If the courses are to take place before the start of the studies, please include them in the second page of the apprenticeship agreement. It is essential to develop an international mentality among students and staff and to promote learning processes that enable students to act in a globalized world. An international perspective should be an integral part of the content of all curricula and curricula. That`s why it`s also important to work at home with internationalization. The aim is to increase the proportion of teachers with international experience and to enable all first- and second-year students to contact international students and spend part of their education abroad. Linnaeus University has agreements/cooperation with universities around the world. Agreements can include a wide range of activities, such as teacher exchanges.
B, student exchanges and research cooperation. Many of the agreements cover only cooperation in certain thematic areas. University settings are important role models, but teachers who meet students and researchers who care for PhD students also play an important role in the internationalization process. The incentive structure should promote the achievements and the involvement of colleagues and students in the internationalization process should be highlighted and rewarded in order to create organizational learning opportunities. In order to ensure maximum engagement, internationalization initiatives are organized on a proximity basis, which means that responsibility is at the lowest and most effective level of the organization, with administrative support and relief from top to bottom. The University of Padua “promotes the promotion of culture based on universal values such as human rights, peace, respect for the environment and international solidarity” (Article 1 of its statutes, 1995). The international dimension of the university is not only attested by many spontaneous activities, such as the countless research cooperation projects, supported individually by teachers and researchers, and like the teaching that is now offered to 1,500 regularly registered foreign students (about 2% of the total, bachelor and master`s level), but also thanks to the existence of several active bilateral agreements of a “traditional” nature, the significant participation in European research and education programmes, cooperation activities with developing countries and – but also – active participation in the activities of the Coimbra Group (i.e.